SVG remains at top of OECS Junior Squash
April 16, 2013

SVG remains at top of OECS Junior Squash

St Vincent and the Grenadines captured all but one of the titles in the National Lotteries Authority OECS Junior Squash tournament, which concluded last Saturday afternoon at the National Squash Centre in Paul’s Avenue.{{more}}

Giovanni Miller Alexander took the girls’ under-11 title over another Vincentian — Loushanna Peters.

Miller Alexander added other titles, as she bossed the girls’ Under-17 and Under-19, leaving sisters Thandi and Deiriai Myers to settle for the second places respectively, in an all Vincentian final.

However, Miller- Alexander tasted what a runner-up spot feels like when Lauryn Doyle scooped the girls’ Under-13 title.

Kai Bentick, also of the host nation, secured the boys’ Under-13, defeating Samuel Childs of the British Virgin Islands in the final.

Bentick added his second title when he beat Luc Chevrier of St Lucia in the final of the Under-15 age group.

Thandi Myers added another title for the Vincentians, as she dismissed Abayomi Maddox in the final of the girls’ Under-15.

Meanwhile Jason Doyle pouched both the boys’ Under-17 and Under-19.

He saw off Andre Segovia of St Lucia in the Under-17 final and his countryman Romario Constance in the Under-19 championship match.

The lone title to leave these shores was carried away by Luca Joseph Reich of the BVI, who won the boys under-11 title, leaving Jlan Mc Master of St Vincent and the Grenadines to settle for second.

An OECS team from the championships would represent the subregion at this year’s Caribbean Area Squash Association’s tournament set for Trinidad and Tobago in July. (RT)